MoDNR Stakeholder Meetings
Stakeholder meetings serve a valuable purpose in connecting the department’s leadership with our customers. In 2012, the department began meeting with four-specific stakeholder groups. These five sector-based stakeholder meetings include agriculture, business and industry, local governments municipalities, utility and energy industries, and environmental and conservation groups.
What is the purpose of the MoDNR Stakeholder Meetings?
The stakeholder meetings offer forums for open and candid dialogue on issues common to our respective organizations. Our main goal is to gain insights and input on Missouri’s challenges and opportunities in each of these important areas from our partners. By meeting with these groups regularly, the department can stay ahead of the curve and ensure it is providing the best possible service to all of its customers. We know your time is valuable, so we will make every effort to make this process efficient and rewarding.
- Feb. 7 – Agriculture - Agenda
- April 10 – Industry
- July 10 – Local Government Municipalities
- Sept. 11 – Utility and Energy Industries
- Nov. 6 – Environmental
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